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THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1930 BLYTJIEV1LLK, (ARK.) COUfilKR NEWS COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket Will Admit Hugh Shelby •& Ccmiiwiiion Wilson —1» ihe— HIT/, TliKATIUl —lo see— "SOME LIKE IT. HOT" Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS ' Liidies Bible class, First Methodist chinch, having meelins at home of Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Executive Board, Woman's MIs- sioimry Union, First - Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs, Leslie Moore. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining Tuesday Nlglil Supper club. Uclphutns Have business Meeting Members ol the Delphian Fin Arts club will study southern lit eratute next full and winter, 11 \va deckled at an adjourned busines meeting Tuesday at, the Hotel No Me. airs. B, C. Rose, chairman o the Seminar board, presented plan for the year's study when th members decided upon the cours selected. The next, meeting will lie hel the first Tuesday in October. * » * Compliments Cluti And Several Guests Misses Nancy Kirshncr and Anita Slrnckc entertained members o the .ADC Bridge club and olhe guests ,it a bridge party Tliursdai afternoon at the home of Mis Kirshncr. Colorful larkspur, coreopsis and roses predominated in Utc flowert from the Kirshners' garden whicf decorated the large living room where the four tables were arranged. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personals wllh her mini, MS, j [cm ,, Ijlms . 10'U HIHl fumlly, SIlO Will vlsll various points of hUcrcsl in tlio f,?,; "rclwdliiir 1 Hio Sun Francisco Mrs, Tony Clemcnls will go to Memphis llio rhsi of llic week to "(lend the summer lerm nt West lennessce state -Teachers college. I'.drtle Rcgcnolri nnd son, Jolin fc.il, mid cimite Crlggcr in are In Memphis today. i Mrs. licnimn Hlmer will iit|en<l summer school in Memphis, She pyms li> to down i\foiulay to enroll nt West Tennessee Stulo Teachers collect 1 . ^\^^^^'^^^^^^ Mr. ami M*. 131)1 You,,, havo'sell, , ( ud la'n,ly S °"' " ay " M " 1 ' 1 QC ~ « from a visit In Wpluri Clar,,K:o n. wil.on, who was ol Mrs. crlsweli-.s mollmr, Mr*. | Mrs. fYecl Flccnum will B o lo Al Mississippi University Monday son. Besides the chili members, guests were Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. John Thomas Scanlon, Mrs. Harold Kink of Monroe, La., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coulter, Miss Carol Lauderdalc, Mrs Nancy Lewis anri Miss Jane Brnn- "11. : Mrs. Tom . Phillips won high Miss Branson, ( second, and Mrs Cietiis While, cut; in the card games which preceded the serving of ice cream topped with fresh strawberries and angel food cake 4 * t Entertains,,Hi- , , Monthly Bridge G'luh •<'..'-"-"-.'" Mrs. Charles' briber Jr., entertained the Bi-Monthly Bridge chili Wednesday afternoon when all of the eight members were present A two course cold plate luncheon i was served at one o'clock In the dining room, which, like the living and sun rooms,'was''decorated in sweet peas, roses, larkspur and double poppies. In the card games which followed, Mrs. Hiirmnn Taylor won high and Mrs. Crlgger, second * • t Class til Meet The Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist church will have a business and social meeting Friday night, at the home of Mrs, Wynlt Henley, when Mrs w W Ilollipeter will lie co-hostess. It is lo begin at 7:30 o'clock. * * * Woman's Council Installs Officers Officers of the Woman's Council of Ihe First Christian church were installed in an impressive service Monday 'afternoon in the garden of Mrs, George W. 'Barnaul's home as Ihe climax lo an inter- csting business session and nro- l.gram. Tiie colorful (lowers nmld n green background made aj formal setting for the service, conducted by Mrs Barham, who used a while cross erected on a-table, Hanked with yellow tafiers, as an altar. The tapers were lighted symbolically as the light ol the Christian .World in opening the service. Streamers of various colors ran from the foot.of the cross lo the officers who held them as they Pledged themselves to their work. The red anri white streamers were to the new president, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, with red signifying suffering strength and love, and white for triumph and joy Mrs. Retikert Wctenkamp, Vice president, held a lavender streamer, the missionary society's color tf for friendship and loyalty. * A blue slrcamer for trulh nnd purity went to the secretary Mrs Charles -A. Wood Sr. - • < ' . ' Mrs. W. O. Gcurin, treasurer, held the gold streamer, representing benevolence and light. Green streamers were used for the librarian, Mrs. N. B. Stroud, for rtovver and justice, nnd to the World Call, secretary, Mrs. O. W. Rose. Following the installation of the ofllcers, .an unbroken circle was formed by all members holding yellow and white streamers, representing eternal life, as they sang) "Blessed Be The Tic That Binds." A prayer of consecration by (lie pastor, George W. Patterson, con. eluded this part of tho service as A' (he sun was casting Us final rays .Y-' of Ihe day on the encircled members. Mrs. Ellis announced her new cpmiulUee chairmen for the year which are as follows: Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, mission study; Mrs. c. A. Tant, Bertha Fuller group; Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mother Ross group; Mrs. R. M. Beck, Shelton group; "Hoy, Fan! PAN! Isn't it well? You « lon 'i l ui( '( u wakc up ^''fr thls mot-mug (o wakc me up for school." • TODAY'S PATTERN BV OAKOl, DAY Pattern 8522 is an obliging one. U is perforated so that you can nnke it without the sleeves i[ you like. The uodice is darted in to !ive you a slim waistline. The skirt is circular and very pretty, the circular fullness making it wide and ,'outhful. With the ittlle bolero, which has •smartly wide-shouldered sleeves, -his dress will be charming for Eli-cot wear as well as for active and spectator sports. Make it of )fn»e, linen, gingham or halisle. It will he pretty with plain frock ind printed -bolero. Pattern No. 8522 is designed for iizes 12, H, 1C, 18 and 20. Size M •equires 4(3-8 yards of 35-inch ma- eriar "fb'njluj Track and t 1-3 •ards'tor' bolero".''Bolero and" dress n monotone, requires 5 1-2 yards f 35 or 39 7 incli fabric; 2 3-4 yards )f bias fold or binding for trim- ning as pictured. The new SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, 33 pages f attractive designs for every size nd every occasion is now ready, 'holographs show ; dresses made rom these patterns being worn; a eature you will enjoy. --Let tlio harming designs in this new book elp you in your sewing. One pat- ern and the new Spring and Sum'-' ler Patlern Book—35 cents. Pat- ern or book alone—15 .cents. For a PATTERN of this attrac- ve model send 15c in COIN, your 'AME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUM- "iER. and SIZE to COURIER JEWS, TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 106 SEVENTH AVENUE 'EW YORK, N. Y. Irs. Norwood Ffcdge. «g a Gordon roup; Mrs. John c. McHnncy ospitality; Mrs. Russell Barham ublicity; Mrs. George W. Barham, „,-.„, ^^ u . b ^ ,,. ijrtlllulll, , 1\11^^ V ducation; Mrs. George W. Pat- admitted erson. Youth Council; Mrs. W. '. Stovatl, local service; Mrs. J orris Moon, lookout; Mrs. J J 3iyanl, historian; Mrs. R. ,c ose, Phillips University; George V. Patterson, parlla'mcntavian Mrs. George W. Barham and Irs. J. C. Ellis were hostesses to 2 who included Miss Josephine Vilhitc. The first of the program as given in the Barbara's house hicli .had been decorated in hy- rangeas and Madonna lilies from le Barhams' garden. In the' first business session Mrs. Edith McCool was named chairman of the committee to ar- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Miss Gcraldine Davis, Cooler, Mrs. Nancy Klenc, Slcele, admitted. Mrs. it. T. Burton, stccle, admitted. Mrs. Thclma Diiiican, cily, dismissed. Hlylhevillc Hnspilal Miss Haze! Gurley, city, dismissed. Mrs. Mary Hell, Manila, dismissed. Memphis-itlclfioilisl Hospital Mrs. Jewel Blalock, Osceola admitted. Miss Bess Dullard, Osceola admitted. Corn Uojd, aiul .son, ijili Boyd. They will lie here about leu days. E. I!. Gee, who went to Cnpe Olrnrdcnu yesterday for u brief business trip, Is expected lo return homo tonight. Mrs. P. L. Englcr will leave In the morning for n several weeks motor trip lo points of Interest in the noiih ami east with two weeks lo Ijo spent in New York cily, She will accompany her staler, Mrs. M. i. iielluiulh, and Mr. • ,--.,_ Ilellmuth, of liellev;::e, Textis, mm .5==., v -."" i Mrs - H. F. Graiian, of Ihe same -city, who will also lour Iho Now I England slates before reluming ! home. Mrs. Englcr's plans arc not I completed hut she will probably leave the party al Boston find rc- luin home by irnln. Mr, Englci will accompany her to Memphis where she will meet the olhei members of her party. Mrs. I., b. Wtvrd and son, Lloyd went lo Hardy today to spend tho summer al their camp, nio Vlsln Mr. Ward lias been there lor some lime. , Miss Jane Branson, who attends Brenau college nl Gainesville. Gu. arrived home Tuesday nlghl lo , spend Uic summer with her parents Mr. and Mrs. U. S. nmnsoii. She was met. In Memphis by Mr. niu Mrs. G. G. lluliniirti and dnuglucr. Miss Mildred Lou, who motorcc ner home. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cramer, formerly of here and n-jw of Lltllc IXOCK, were guests cf Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee Insl weekend. Mrs. K. P. Fry will go lo Memphis Monday 10 attend summer school at West Tennessee Slmc Teachers college. },Mrs. O. E. Quellitiniz will'-leave Sunday, for TuscnlousH, Ala., where she will attend the University>of Alabama lor rt summer term. Miss Eddyc fUilh Craig' will go to New Orleans Sunday lo spend tne summer with Mr I'and Mrs. Bob iviaiihcws. Mrs. Elin.-i Armstrong will go lo Guh'port, Miss., Sunday to spend llic summer i wllli her sister,- Mrs. Charles Rogers and "lanillj'. Miss Alma Peters will go lo Memphis Lcmorrow to enroll al the I West Tennessee Slate Teachers college far the summer (erm. She will receive a degree al the conclusion of Ihc term. Mrs. Louise Williams, who has been finite 111 (it her home on Fifth street since Sunday night, is belter today. J. P. Waldcn, who hns been working at a Ben Franklin slore at Gulfporl, Miss., for several montns, spent the weekend wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walden, before going lo Hoi Spnn»s wnerc nu has accepted n posilttn with the S. H. Kress store. ' ' Miss Mary Hubler will go to Memphis Aionciny wnore shu win attend West Tennessee Slntc Teachers college this summer. - J Mrs. Vcrner Jenkins of East Prairie, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .John Wuldcn. she plans to return home Sunday after having Hutu here tor four weeks. Mrs. Waldcn and Mrs. Jenkins arc sisleis. licverly Thomas has gone to l,os Angeles, Calif., where she will spend six weeks wilh relatives of her uncle, w. W. Hawkins, and Mrst of thu week to enroll at West . Memphis llic where .she i, es Icnnesseo Slulo Toiichcrs college for the summer term. Toimnie ueim linleher Ims gone to near Clnrksduli-, Miss,, where MM. T. j. crawler has KOIIC (o Corning 13 spend several weeks with her slslcr, , Evelyn June Mulcher Is In Jackson, Tcnn., when; slio is (ho guest of her aiinl-, Mrs. Haudolph King mid Mr. icing. LOGANS Mr, ami M,- s . A. 1, HlL-rfreunil nnd children, Dully ami Al Jr., of Cf I „..! . - . St. a re guests or Mr. Wtilknr ' P'irV- Tiinr, tn ~ i *• i« i "" ••*••' >"-' ^^in* ui mi: \ o^" wto husbands' rtVte'SS^ ^ fatal ™^ gupsts of honor. . . Mrs. Chnrlc.i A. Wo;d Sr, Mrs Uli'rirciuid nud Airs. Wocil urc bis ters. Campobdlo Gets Power; Roosevelt Summer Home CAMPOHKL1.O, N, B. <U1>) — Homes and business houses here, where President Franklin b. Roosevelt has a summer home, will this year enjoy llic benefits of clecirlc liglit nnd power supplied from the municipal light system of Lubec Me. A bill passed by the Maine legislature has given Lubcc authority to export power ,to Ciimpnlicllo- tli(! first exception made lo (he Fernald law prchlblllin; expsn ot power outside Ihc slale, The power will be transmitted ncross Lulici: Narrows, which separate C'ampoliclln from Lubcc, No. 13 Becomes Jinx To Soitfiiamplon., Eng. SOU'l'lIAMI'TON, link'- (UP)— Soullmmplon is haunted by the number 13. Al the municipal clec- lions Ihere were 13 fights between rale payers and Labor pm-tv candidates; 13 hours were allowed for xjotmg nnd the I3lli .contest was "Von liy a woman. '..'''' ' A few days luler a SonUiainptou- OUIK! plant; wilh 1:1 passcnsers crushed a few mliiul.es after lalc- ng off. All «-ere killed. •\ *Jll_ ....„„.„ L.tiVkHvii iuu .VUIIUIS «ml I'cturneil ihem to tlio United Suites. | l)sn.y Ilio lllythcvlllc slmleiils who will bo Biiuhinled from col- c«es over Iho country this vein- Is Ml«s Miiry gpnln Usrey, wlio will receive her desrco Monday from Uie University of Mississippi . ia Oxford. In prcimralloii for (niching, Miss Usrey will K el her 13. A.- degree »'llh n major In English. Wliilo site, v.'iis nt LliKlenwirad" colleuo at St. Chnrli's, Mo., she served us mi , ., assistant In the ment. depart- ftcad Courier News want uda. ILCXt B Of 'I'll!'; ATI.ANTIC ftlONTin.V »,iko IKc most of your rc.i.ling lioiitn. Enjoy ' Uio ,«•», (],„ whdcrai, tho companionship, llic clinrm thnl liavo maifo HID Atlatillc, tor over Bojcnlj- livo ycsrs, Amcrlt.T, Jm>s i , uotc ,i ami jiiost cljcrlsJicJ Jttag^zltic. Kcnil Alhnttc Monllily, g Iloslou Mrs. Edith McCool and Mrs George Vf. Barham announced that the executive board would have a luncheon meting June 19 at the home of Mrs. J. c. Ellis. It doesn't make any difference how clean they keep (he jails, the Inside never looks as good as he outside. WE ARE. IN OUR New Location 121 W. Main-St. Across From Sterling's MOST MODEItN SJ1O1- IN NOIMHKAST A8K. Invisible Half-Soling Dyes - - - Polishes QUALITY SHOE SHOP IE. B. Campbell Ert. CoLb PHONE 121) HERE'S WHAT A MltUON USERS SAY ABOUT ELECTRICf WATER HEATERS / TODAY AT ARK-MO POWER CORP. . Desldra lielug an nctlvu mom- r of Ilio Olc Miss CiiiBSlcul club Greek clul>, nnd the Y. W. c. ft., she has ulso done much work for her .sorority, Delta Dclln Delhi. She rccrnl]y rcliirued from NnsliHllo, 'I'eiin., where she wns n dela'fite lo the convontlqn ol Trl Ueltns for Mls.sls.slpp! and Tennessee. Also ilurlinj ti,o |,[, 5t j. cnri sllo served ns u member of th 0 B01W . Hys rush commttle nnd wns In cliniuc of the Trl Uclln rush dunce Af]irc«ciU she holds the ofllce of cnrdiili; Ki'crctiuy ! w Hi e t .| m() . Ml.« Usrey mid live friends nt the University will arrive here this lUtcmoon lo spend'two days huforc iclnrnlnj- lo Oxford for Miss Us- rcy's urailimtlpn. ' " lli-r mother, Airs. M. '0. Usrcy «'lll return to school with her Sat- imltiy, to attend the '•linccnlniircnlc nnd couimencemonL exercises. There nrc some people who clnn'l cure who runs the government If only ll,cf can "ride" it. Young Explorers' Trip Dishonest From Start PAHEN6, Tex (UP) _ Burglary and then complaints ended a pio- Jeclort horscunck ildo to Central expedition of three With three htolen horses, three rlflM iiiui ammunition, nml n 6- cenl bankroll, tho achviitiuors set cut, to nnd Jobs "in Gtiuknifila or someplace." The expedition ended a mile or wwrm. This 13 no ncw'fangieVor >o smith of the lllo amiidc, vhcn "" <rlc(t Preparation, but a treatment Mexican ofUccis anoslcd Iho youths « f eonsldqrable merit ' nul I'clui-npil Ihf,« +« n.n yr..ii,.-, Grove's Tasteless PHIII T««I« */„ MALARIA Sjetdy Reiitf of 'Chills \ , and Fever',- > "' , »,?™ Ve i< 3 , r!18lclcsls Chm Tonic is the madlclne you want to take for This 13 no newfangled or "Wo just, took (lie lines along lo "liept rabbits," a Kj-ycai-okl youth "'•' l»Ilce, ''You Grove'b Tasteless Chill Tonic can. n u b lns c ' c = s "WWd'ne d nd IronTli i ollevca the cblils and fever duo lo M»,."S? •"».V»* «• b«'« vou '11.1 i n 1 , ° , Kttaa lo bui d you i Ills Is the double effect you want. Because milk u n coirecllve In >!«hl-bllmlnoK,, nlr-tiauspoit rcm,he« to d.UHc I'VE OFTEN HfrARD tlfnti't FLAVOR IS RICHER _NOW I KNOW IT!-AND IT'S so REFRESH INf^ONieuiss MAKES ME FORGET THE WEATHER. 1 OH, We ALL SWHrtR By UPTON'S AT THIS HOUSeLlTS GOOD tCOHOMY, TOO- MORE THAW 200 GLASSES TO THE POUND.' TJKRK'S wh) I incon's K America's - 1 •"• tnosl popul ir K r 1. World. fomou, Fldvor-sumtilfi, lull, rich, delicious. 2. fonder Young l»va» — an,! I IK. tunis, lln>[)rrul l>ml 5 - W iK HIM Injuiuitc and IM)M<|IICI. 3. DUtlmHv. •l.nd-wilh clioKo IMS Iroiu Jipfcin's o «,, C C j| ()]1 Kiirtlcnt. 1. tconornle«(- )( ni use Ic5l Union's per Hlnss-ii's so rich in favor. Upton's Tea Green Giant Ho; 303 Can, Garden Fresh Can 17c Can MU v^ GUS Delm °n*e Col Size , ltll MILK Dime Brand Regular Size SALAD DRESSING Ann King Fresh Quarts SPJH^^TOES/ackSpratt For Your Salad Ea. 16c - Can l(Hc . . Ea. 18c ... 2 Cans 17c Can 12c . The Mark of Quality In Ladies' Slippers s FIJI, NKW STYLUS IN to 10 Widths AAAA lo 1! FORTUNE OXFORDS FOR MEN While, Bctse * White, Bcisc &: Brnnn, Tan & While, Tail,' Clark, rialn or Tcrforatsrl Patleitis. Sizes C-12, Widths i\ lo EKE. $995 SKYRIDF.R OXFORDS FOR BOYS White, Brown «- Bcisc, Tan, Elack, I'lain cr 1'erforalccl Paltcrns. Sizes 2K to 6, Wiclllis i\ (n n. 1095 POLL PARROTT SHOES FOR BOYS & GIRLS 312 \V. Jlain Plume 231 J COFFEE Maxell House Regular or Drip FRUIT COCKTAIL 1 Lk Can Libby's SALMON Tall Alaska Chum POTATOES U. S. No. I New Red""" SUCARXXXXCo B fcc.BrOMFaJA«:j Brown Grade A Milk, for your Health 1 Lb. Tin 26c Can 14c Can lie 10 Lbs. 25t Box 7c I'Juin or Sell Rising SPAGHETTI Franco American Regular Size POST TOASTIES For Your BreakLt ALCOHOL Rubbing Compound GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 47 oz. Can' ROYAIGELATINE ^1 ll>. Sack 7/ic 18 Hi. Sack.. .. §1.12 Can 9c 2 for 14c .. Pint 9c Can 17c Pkg. 5c PINEAPPLE Dole Crushed Only No. 2 Can SUNSHINE Martini Cocktail Crackers New Price VINEGAR Drilled Mason Jar WRfCOTS Argo Whole Peeled Nn. 2A Can 4 for 12c - Ea, 16c .. Pkg. He Quart 9c Ea. 16c LARD. Pure, 4 Lb. Bucket -.;.- 42c LARD Loose Pure. ' 1|, g c CHEESE Full Cream ,..;..' Lb'18c Pound 23c OLEO Dixie k POPK ROAST Shoulder SALT MEAT Best Grade BACON Armour's Star Lb.^ 18c ' Lb.JSc , box 28c Lb. 17c BUTTER Brooked ..'^"I Lb.' 28c , Pound 24c DATIvTOP CARAMELCAKE FKIDAV, SATURDAY/MONDAY, JUNE 2, 3 & 5 c. t. GROCERY & MARKET iVe Deliver 104 g. Division Street ' Phone 1S4

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